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Gun-toting Lawyer Lacked Common Sense

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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You decide one night to go the movies. So you trundle off to downtown New Haven for a late-evening showing of the new Batman flick, "The Dark Knight Returns." Because it's New Haven, you decide you better be armed to defend yourself. Who knows, you might get mugged by your parking attendant. So you pack your trusty pistol in the back of your trousers and wade bravely into the movie theater. Although you have a permit to carry the gun, fellow moviegoers don't know that. They see the gun and freak out. The police are called.

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